Former MP Amina Abdallah. Source/Amina Amina Abdalla served as Nominated Member of Parliament for three consecutive terms from 2003 to 2017. The soft-spoken politician rose into the limelight in 2002 when she quit job with a German firm and became a strategist and chief campaigner for KANU's presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta. As fate would have it, Uhuru, who is the sitting head of state, was defeated by Mwai Kibaki of NARC but was elected as MP for Gatundu South. He did not let his chief campaigner languish
Amina Abdalla is one of the 220 nominees set to be given the prestigious Mashujaa Day Award on Wednesday, October 20. The awards will be given by President Uhuru Kenyatta during the celebrations at Warung'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County. The Chairlady of Mombasa Women Empowerment Network revealed to a local media house on Tuesday, October 19, that she was rejected and abandoned by her family after learning that she decided to take care of mentally ill persons.
Former Nominated MP Amina Abdalla ( Photo Courtesy) She came into the political limelight in 2002 when she supported the then ruling party KANU presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta ( now President). She would go on to serve as a Nominated MP in the National Assembly for a record three terms. At 15 years in Parliament as a Nominated MP, Amina Abdalla remains the longest serving lawmaker in the history of the position in Kenya. In 2002, having played a key role in Uhuru's campaigns, she was nominated to Parliament
Former Nominated MP Amina Abdalla ( Photo Courtesy) When the history of the Kenyan Parliament is written, the name of Amina Abdalla will no doubt feature somewhere. For 15 years, Abdalla served in the August House as a Nominated MP, a record that may not be broken any time soon. The Mombasa politician announced her arrival into the political limelight in 2002 when she left her international job to join the then KANU presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta's campaign team. Though Uhuru lost to NARC's Mwai Kibaki,
Mombasa women Rep Asha mohamed Photo/Courtesy Mombasa county women representative Hon. Asha mohamed is one of the least known political leaders in the kenya. There is however no doubt that the MP is one of the most beautiful and curvy politicians in the country Photo/Courtesy Asha is not new in politics though, she has worked close to the Political scene in Mombasa and using her experience, she managed to win the Mombasa county women representative slot defeating other veterans, most notably Jubilee's Amin
Every year, 20th of October is a celebration in Kenya to celebrate our heroes. Yesterday was the 58th Mashujaa celebration which was done in Kirinyanga county. The president recognized 220 heroes and heroines and also lifted curfew which was a great news to Kenyans. 1. Khayange.
Amina Abdalla, the chairperson of the Mombasa Women Empowerment Network, has volunteered to take mentally ill patients to receive Covid-19 vaccines. The group has been enlisted by the County Government of Mombasa in the dissemination of the vaccines. The event was graced by Mombasa County Commission Gilbert Kitiyo MBS and the area chiefs.
The tribunal investigating the conduct of Justice Martin Muya has unanimously recommended his removal from, Office of Judge of the High Court of Kenya. The President is said to have received the report from the tribunial on Friday. A statement from the Presidential Strategic Communications Unit (PSCU) said the tribunal’s unanimous finding was that the allegations of gross misconduct have been proven. The president also called for expedited consideration of the pending petitions with respect to Lady Justi
Mombasa county government has unveiled 120 bed medical facility for mentally ill with Corona virus symptoms and victims. The Mombasa county government in partnership with the women empowerment network has officially opened the one hundred and twenty bed capacity center, which will now cater for their medical and basic needs as a precaution to the spread of Covid 19. Mombasa county authorities will begin rounding up from the street all mental people in which county health officers will evaluate them for
As Kenya joins the world in marking this year’s Mother’s day, despite the deadly coronavirus pandemic that has besieged the continent, three Mombasa women narrate their struggles, challenges and fete. Amina Abdalla, has been on the forefront to ensure the mentally challenged are safe amid the pandemic. Every day, she walks around the street in search of those grappling with mental challenges and takes them to Port Reitz hospital to get treatment. Ms Amina, a director at the Coast Development Autho
As the country grapples with the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic there is need to focus the impact the crisis of on the mentally sick people. Mombasa Women Empowerment Network chair Amina Abdalla says coronavirus poses new challenges for many with mental illness and thus need special focus form the authorities and other stakeholders. The woman activist said while everyone else is being encouraged to stay at home as part of the guidelines to limit the spread of covid-19 but mad people have been neglected and